Understanding your fertility test results is another significant aspect of the fertility journey. We in our clinic have a very comprehensive fertility testing protocol that we use with patients participating in the Fertility BreakthroughTM program. There are at least 50 parameters or tests that may need to be performed for a couple experiencing fertility problems, in order to rule out possible reasons or causes of infertility.
Having tests done is important, but so is the quality of the actual testing. So where to go for fertility tests? We highly recommend going to a specialist fertility laboratory, as opposed to a general one. The former offers a much higher and advanced testing, that will give you a better understanding of where your fertility is at.
In this article, we are going to talk about the essential tests in gauging fertility — emphasizing four fertility tests for both partners. If we can only request for some tests, we will absolutely make sure to order them.
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